Evangelia’s research is informed by socio-cultural theory and a dialogical self framework.
Research projects she has been involved with include:
- exploring the impact of cultural change on family, community and identity,
- understanding the experiences of unaccompanied asylum seekers and personnel in a Greek refugee reception centre and the attitudes of the local community towards the refugee minors
- evaluating the opinions of the build and space environment in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (funded by NIHR).
Evangelia’s most recent research is in the area of child language brokering. In collaboration with Tony Cline (UCL) and Sarah Crafter (IoE) she worked on a study on Child Language Brokers in Schools supported by the Nuffield Foundation http://child-language-brokering.weebly.com/final-report.html